Jacob Taylor

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Adjunct Professor
2101 Atlantic Building
(301) 405-7905

Jacob (Jake) Taylor is an adjunct professor in the Department of Physics and the former co-director of QuICS.

He is also a scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and a Fellow in the Joint Quantum Institute.

Taylor has published more than 50 peer-reviewed articles and developed a number of original theories that are on the cutting-edge of theoretical physics.

His research involves understanding the fundamental and practical limits to building quantum information devices, studying novel approaches to entangling atomic, photonic and solid state systems, and exploring potential applications of quantum information systems to metrology and measurement science.

Taylor received a Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal (Sammies) for his advanced scientific research, which has potential for advances in health care, communications, computing and technology.

Courses

Publications

2020

2018

2017

2016

C. - H. Wang and Taylor, J. M., A Quantum Model for an Entropic Spring, Physical Review B, vol. 93, no. 21, p. 214102, 2016.

2015

M. Gullans and Taylor, J. M., Optical Control of Donor Spin Qubits in Silicon, Physical Review B, vol. 92, no. 19, p. 195411, 2015.
V. Srinivasa, Xu, H., and Taylor, J. M., Tunable Spin Qubit Coupling Mediated by a Multi-Electron Quantum Dot, Physical Review Letters, vol. 114, no. 22, p. 226803, 2015.
D. Kafri, Milburn, G. J., and Taylor, J. M., Bounds on quantum communication via Newtonian gravity, New Journal of Physics, vol. 17, no. 1, p. 015006, 2015.